Rabbi Mishael Zion and Esther Sperber spoke about homes, the pandemic and the Jewish holiday of Sukkot as part of a four-part podcast series for Beit Avi Chai Read More
By: Rose Bernnan
“Leadership and decisiveness are exactly what SAR implemented in its reopening strategies. Administrators there are relying on a few of the city’s proposals — and they’re adding a few modifications of their own. That’s because administrators know SAR will not look the same as it did before the pandemic. And they brought on two architects to make renovations that would make the schools safer. According to Hila Stern, one of the architects in charge of the SAR renovations, there were several factors to consider. While the goal was to make the schools safer, Stern didn’t want to make any permanent […] Read More
"While the school managed a swift response to the sudden and unprecedented circumstances of the coronavirus that spring, administrators recognized it was necessary to plan for the fall of 2020. Accordingly, the school convened a collaborative team of administrators, facility managers, architects, mechanical engineers, graphic designers and medical experts in preparation for the eventual reopening of the school buildings. " Read More
“The following list features the top 15 residential architects in NYC. Our team compiled a list of accomplished architects and evaluated them based on their mastery of the trade and the quality of their work. We also assessed the architects based on their years of experience, their industry accreditations and certifications, and the strength of their portfolios. The resulting list features architects whose forward-thinking practices have put them at the forefront of residential architecture.” Read More
36 Jones Street
It is incredibly exciting to see the walls of the building slowly rising from the excavated basement.
Rendering Ansche Chesed Synagogue
New York, NY
Images of our design fort he $5M renovation of the Ansche Chesed Synagogue.
Harvard Graduate School of Design
For centuries, the goal of design and Architecture was to create physical and sacred locations for the faithful. Now, religious or “faithful” designers are outwardly and publicly few and far between. Faith in Design will gather graduate students and practitioners together to discuss how religion and design can coexist. How can we bridge the divide between our (secular) design lives and our religious lives? Read More
Riverside Drive Master Bathroom
Almost Done Photography: Studio ST Architects
Archinect Sessions Episode 121 hosts: Paul Petrunia, Donna Sink, Ken Koense
“This week Ken, Donna and I are joined by architect and writer Esther Sperber to discuss the very real and serious issue of mental health in architecture. Esther owns Studio ST Architects, a small practice in New York City, and frequently writes about mental health, with a specific focus on psychoanalysis and it’s relationship to architecture. Read More
MDS Early Childhood Renovation
Manhattan Day School Photography: Bilyana Dimitorva
West Side Jewish Center
Upper West Side Renovation
Photography: Bilyana Dimitrova
WSJCR Synagogue Building Design
“The old should be renewed and the new should be sanctified” wrote R’ Kook. This has been our mission in the design of the renovation of the 100 year old West Side Jewish center Synagogue. We aspire to renew the beautiful old details of this communal building and to sanctify the new system which would be installed including elevators, bathrooms and mechanical systems.
Manhattan Day School
STEM Lab and classroom, New York Photography: Bilyana Dimitorva
Houzz Best Of 2017 Award
We are proud to receive the Best of Houzz award for 2017 based on our wonderful client’s five star reviews.
One of the most unique and talked-about pre-convention workshops is back! Join us for a new EQxD Hackathon and explore the intersection of design and tech. The day will begin with a diverse panel of industry leaders and entrepreneurs discussing future architectural opportunities in the new digital economy. Once you’re inspired, the “mini-hackathon” format will let you develop a real plan of action for creating a positive impact on the profession. You’ll leverage your design thinking skills to rapidly prototype radical, actionable initiatives and explore future business models for the architecture profession. Read More
Photography: Studio ST Architects
Meislin Projects opened in November 10, 2016 on Madison Avenue at 69th Street in New York City. Over the summer we transformed a raw space into a new gallery and offices for Meislin Projects which will produce a small number of in-depth exhibitions and installations, developed in collaboration with major art institutions in the United States and overseas.